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Who won the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix? The list of all winners at Suzuka and Fuji

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Those crowned in Suzuka and Fuji.

The Formula 1 will return to Suzuka. The Japanese Grand Prix returns to the calendar after a three-year absence as a result of the pandemic.

An event that does not always offer great fights, but it is a place that has become an inevitable classic for all fans of the division.

under all the winners of the Japanese Formula 1 GP.

Who has won the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix the most times?

Michael Schumacher

The driver who has won the most times Japanese Grand Prix has been Michael Schumacher. German prevailed in 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2004, i.e. in total 6 times. A feat done to him by the king of Suzuka and which will hardly be matched.

In second place it stands out Lewis Hamilton with 5 wins imposed in 2007, 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018 and followed by Sebastian Vettel with 4 (2009, 2010, 2012 and 2013).

All Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix winners

Valtteri Bottas Vettel Japan 2019

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Year Pilot Equipment
1976 (at Fuji) Mario Andretti Lotus
1977 (at Fuji) James Hunt McLaren
1987 Gerhard Berger ferrari
1988 Ayrton Senna McLaren
1989 Alessandro Nanini Benetton
1990 Nelson Pickett Benetton
1991 Gerhard Berger McLaren
1992 Ricardo Patrese Williams
1993 Ayrton Senna McLaren
1994 Damon Hill Williams
one thousand nine hundred and ninety five Michael Schumacher Benetton
nineteen ninety six Damon Hill Williams
1997 Michael Schumacher ferrari
1998 Mika Hakkinen McLaren
1999 Mika Hakkinen McLaren
2000 Michael Schumacher ferrari
2001 Michael Schumacher ferrari
2002 Michael Schumacher ferrari
2003 Rubens Barrichello ferrari
2004 Michael Schumacher ferrari
2005 Kimi Raikkonen McLaren
2006 Fernando Alonso Renault
2007 (at Fuji) Lewis Hamilton McLaren
2008 (at Fuji) Fernando Alonso Renault
2009 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull
2010 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull
2011 Jenson Button McLaren
2012 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull
2013 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull
2014 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
2015 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
2016 Nico Rosberg Mercedes
2017 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
2018 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
2019 Valtteri Botas Mercedes

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One of the Formula 1 sprint races will be held in Azerbaijan in the new season

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Formula 1 has named the tracks that will host six sprint races in the 2023 season.

According to information on the F-1 website, sprints will be held in Azerbaijan (Baku Street circuit), Austria (Red Bull Ring circuit), Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps circuit), Qatar (Lusail circuit). ), the United States (the Americas highway) and Brazil (the Interlagos highway).

“We saw an extremely positive reaction to the sprints during the first two years of the races. We can’t wait to offer fans even more fun with six events next year, including our first sprint in Austin,” said F1 President and CEO Stefano Domenicali.

The start of the 2023 season is scheduled for March 3-5 in Bahrain.

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Formula 1 cancels Chinese Grand Prix for 2023 season

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Formula 1 has announced the cancellation of the Chinese Grand Prix for the 2023 season due to the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

“Formula 1 is evaluating alternative options for replacing the stage and will provide new information on this matter at an appropriate time,” the statement said.

Thus, the championship stage will not take place in China for the fourth year in a row. The Grand Prix was included in the provisional calendar for the 2023 season and was scheduled to take place April 14-16.

The first stage of Formula 1 is scheduled for March 3-5 in Bahrain.

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Red Bull announced the return to the team of Ricciardo

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Australian Daniel Ricciardo will continue his career at Red Bull as the team’s third driver for the 2023 season.

The driver spent 12 seasons in Formula 1 and will not compete in the next championship. Ricciardo’s last team was McLaren, where he spent two years. He previously drove for Red Bull in 2014-2018, winning seven races in a Bulls car.

“I am very happy to be returning home to Red Bull as a third driver. This is something for which I am truly grateful. For me personally, the opportunity to contribute and be in the best Formula 1 team is extremely attractive, and also gives me time to recharge and change direction, ”Ricciardo quotes website commands.

It’s great to have Daniel back in our family. He has great talent and a brilliant character. We are very excited to work with him again and look forward to what we will achieve together in 2023,” said Team Principal Christian Horner.

Two-time champion Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez will play for Red Bull in the 2023 season.

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